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Southern Belize Teacher Arrested for Alleged Rape of 13-Year-Old Student

A 50-year-old teacher was arrested and charged with two counts of rape in southern Belize. 
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Teen Girl Assaulted by Boyfriend in Bella Vista, Police Intervene

A 14-year-old girl was the victim of a domestic assault last week in Bella Vista
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San Pedro Resident Charged with Raping 15-Year-Old Girl

A resident of the Escalante subdivision in San Pedro Town has been charged for raping
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Government of Belize Launches First Formal Summer Internship Program

The Ministry of Public Service has been given the go-ahead to initiate an internship program
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Confiscated Liquor Returned, Customs Department Silent

The Customs Department continues to be uncooperative with our newsroom when it comes to cases
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Convicted Murderer Hildebrandt Codd Remains at Large Five Months After

Convicted killer Hildebrandt Codd remains on the run some five months after escaping from police.
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Nicanor Requena Launches Campaign for Toledo East

In June, several aspiring politicians will be vying for a chance to fill the vacant
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Belize Calls for Reopening of UNRWA Office in East Jerusalem

Belize has joined the international community in calling for the reopening of the United Nations
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Health Ministry Switches to Private Telecom Provider for Cost Savings

The Ministry of Health and Wellness has switched telephone providers, going from a national company
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UDP Condemns Government’s Telecom Switch, Cites Potential Nationalization Sabotage

The United Democratic Party (UDP) has weighed in on the government’s switch from digi to
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Prime Minister Briceno Heads to Taiwan for Presidential Inauguration

Prime Minister John Briceno and a high-level delegation left the country today, headed to Taiwan. 
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International Group Completes Expedition to Belize’s Highest Peak, Doyle’s Delight

Close to two dozen visitors have completed an expedition at Belize’s highest peak.  Doyle’s Delight
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Motorists Advised to Exercise Caution Around Heavy Equipment on Highways

Motorists traversing the Philip Goldson and George Price Highways are asked to exercise caution when
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Belize Observes International Day of Families, Calls for Enhanced Child

Belize joined several other countries around the world yesterday in observing International Day of Families. 
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NEMO meets to discuss bush fires

Bush fires are wreaking havoc in the west and south of the country. Over the
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